According to DNN, Hoppe, who died in a family circle, was among the most prominent and internationally known actors in the former German Democratic Republic. He was born in December 1930. Since the late 1970s, he has worked at the Dresden Theater and has also performed a series of television and television films.
The Czech public is known primarily as a representative of the King of the film story of Václav Vorlíček Three Nuts for Popelka, which appeared in the Czechoslovak-East co-production in 1970. In addition to Hoppe, other German actors played a significant role in a film that is inherently related to Christmas in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and even Norway. The Queen was represented by Karin Lesch and Mother Carola Braunbock, originally from Všerub near Pilsen.
Hoppe starred in the film of Hungarian director István Szabó Mefisto, who in 1982 won the Oscar for the best foreign film. It was the prime minister's role, whose image was the Nazi politician Hermann Göring.